Seattle X26N - Electronic Whiteboards Warehouse

NE 151 Highway 300, Suite A
PO Box 2609
Belfair, WA 98528
360.464.2119
www.boxlight.com
Seattle X26N
Projector
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About the Owner’s Manual
Please read the owner’s manual thoroughly to ensure correct usage of the projector and its
features.
After reading, store the owner’s manual in a safe place for future reference.
Features
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Dress up Design
Designed for tough environment
Side change lamp
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Quick off
Advanced Anti-theft features
Five auto features (Auto Search, Auto Sync, Auto Ceiling, Auto Keystone and Auto
Filter Alert)
Seven display modes (Natural, Cinema, User, Green board, White Board, Black Board
and Daylight)
Built-in 8W speaker
Logo capture
Image freeze function
Digital zoom adjustment
The content of this manual is subject to change without previous notice.
All rights reserved.
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Contents
Contents
About Owner’s Manual
Contents .....................................................................................................................1
Contents of Your Box ............................................................................................3-A
Safety Instructions ....................................................................................................4
Safety Labels..............................................................................................................5
Part Names ................................................................................................................6
Projector.................................................................................................................. 6
Control Panel .......................................................................................................... 7
Rear......................................................................................................................... 8
Setting Up ..................................................................................................................9
Arrangement ............................................................................................................9
Power ON / OFF....................................................................................................10
Setting Up The Projector ....................................................................................... 11
Ceiling Mounted Installation Guide ......................................................................12
Adjusting The Projector’s Elevation .....................................................................13
How To Connect ....................................................................................................14
Remote Control .......................................................................................................16
Remote Control (Optional) ....................................................................................19
Menu Operation ......................................................................................................23
How To Operate On-Screen Display ......................................................................23
MENU (PC Mode)...................................................................................................24
Picture Menu (PC Mode)........................................................................................ 24
Audio Menu (PC Mode) ......................................................................................... 25
Setting Menu (PC Mode)........................................................................................ 26
MENU (Video Mode) ..............................................................................................27
Picture Menu (Video Mode) .................................................................................... 27
Audio Menu (Video Mode) ..................................................................................... 28
Setting Menu (Video Mode) .................................................................................... 29
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Contents
MENU ......................................................................................................................30
Advanced Menu.....................................................................................................30
Presentation Menu .................................................................................................33
Security Menu........................................................................................................35
PIN Key In Operation............................................................................................38
Network Control Software Application ................................................................39
Before Use ................................................................................................................40
Before To Use Network Control Software ............................................................40
Projector Auto Search............................................................................................41
Modify the Projector Setting .................................................................................43
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Delete..................................................................................................................... 44
Projector Setting .................................................................................................... 45
System Setting / Monitor / Default Setting / Auto Detect Optimal Setting........... 47
Link........................................................................................................................ 48
Control Panel Window Introduction.....................................................................49
Power Control / Input Source / Function Key ........................................................49
Function Key / Projector Status..............................................................................50
Network Control Window Introduction..................................................................51
Maintenance Of Projector......................................................................................52
Air Filter / Replacing the Air Filter ........................................................................ 52
Lamp / Replacing New Lamp................................................................................. 53
Other Care / Cleaning the Lens .............................................................................. 55
Troubleshooting.......................................................................................................56
Indicator.................................................................................................................. 56
Error For Machine Defects ..................................................................................... 57
List of Supported Monitor Displays ....................................................................... 59
Appendix
Interactive Function Operation(Optional)
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Contents of Your Box
Safety Instructions
Contents
of Your Box
Check-list of your accessories
Please make sure that following items are included in the box,
along with the main.
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1.Projector
2. Computer cable
3.Power cord
4.Quick Start Guide
5.Owner’s Manual CD
6.Remote control
INPUT
ESC
-
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+
MENU
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K
Auto
Still
Blank
Safety Instructions
Contents
of Your Box
Optional
F Remote control
F Remote control
LASER
INDICATOR
POWER
INPUT
MENU
LASER
MOUSE-L
AUTO
MUTE
MOUSE-R
BLANK
FUSB Cable (1.5M)
FNetwork Control Application CD
FSoft Bag
FRS232 Cable
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Safety Instructions
Safety Instructions
The projector is designed and tested to meet the latest standards for safety of information technology
equipment. However, to ensure safe use of this product, it is important that you follow the
instructions mentioned in this manual and marked on the product.
WARNING / CAUTION
4. While connecting, make sure that the shape
1. If a problem occurs
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-If smoke or trange odors arise, continued use
connect with. Be sure to tighten the screws
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on connectors with screws.
-If there is no image or sound, or the sound
is distorted in the projector. In some cases,
5. Do not disassemble or modify the projector
immediately remove the power cable from the
and accessories.
power outlet. After making sure that the unit has
stopped, contact your dealer for repairs.
6. Be careful not to damage the cables, and do
Never attempt to repair by yourself because this
not use damaged cables.
is dangerous.
7. Use appropriate accessories or otherwise
2. Do....
designed cables. Ask your dealer about non-Place the projector in a stable horizontal
accessory cables that may have other lengths.
position.
8. Make sure that devices are connected to the
-Put the projector in a cool place, and ensure that
correct ports. An incorrect connection may
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result in malfunction or damage to the device
-To consult with your dealer before a special
and the projector.
installation such as suspending from a ceiling.
9. Do not look through the lens when the lamp
3. Do not....
is on.
-Do not place the projector on an unstable,
slanted or vibrating surface such as a wobbly or Do not look through the lens when the lamp is
inclined stand.
on. The powerful light could adversely affect
-Do not cover the projector's vents. Keep a space vision. Use special caution in households where
of 20 cm or more between the projector and
children are present.
other objects such as walls.
10. A strong light is emitted when the projector’
-Do not place the projector on metallic goods.
s power on. Do not look into the lens of the
-Do not place the projector on carpet, cushions
projector or look inside of the projector.
or bedding. Do not place the projector in direct
sunlight or near hot objects such as heaters.
-Do not place anything near the projector lens or
Do not place the projector upon either side
to project an image.
vents, or on top of the projector.
-Do not place anything that may be sucked into
or stick to the vents beside of the projector.
NO SIDEWARD
-Do not use this projector if there is no image or
sound, or if the sound is distorted.
-Do not place this projector in a container
Do not point the projector down to
project an image.
containing liquid.
NO DOWNWARD
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Safety Labels
Safety Labels
Safety labels are used on or within the projector to
alert you to items or areas requiring your attention.
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WARNING LABEL
EMI LABEL
LAMP DOOR WARNING LABEL
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Part Names
Part Names
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Projector
1 Control panel
1
Operating system.
12 Lens cover
Attach when not using to protect the lens
from becoming dirty or damaged.
3 Filter cover
Prevents dust and other foreign particles
from being drawn into projector.
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Front IR
receiver
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2
3
14 Focus ring
Use the focus ring to focus the projector
image.
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Rotate the focus ring until the image is
clear.
15 Zoom ring
5
Use the zoom ring to adjust the size of the
projected image.
4
Rotate the zoom ring until the image is the
desired size.
16 Lamp door
The lamp unit is inside.
17 Foot adjust button
Lock / unlock the adjustable foot.
18 Front adjustable foot
Extend and retract to adjust the projection
angle.
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6
Outlet ventilation
8
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Part Names
Control Panel
9
10
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
POWER INDICATOR
LAMP INDICATOR
9 KEYSTONE
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1
Adjust the vertical keystone with menu-up,
menu-down.
(POWER)
Power on / operation mode, Standby mode,
Cooling-down mode.
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1 VOLUME + / -
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1 LAMP INDICATOR
Sound louder or lower.
Indicates a status in the internal projector
temperature, lamp door properly closed or
cooling down.
11 INPUT
Select input source:
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1 POWER INDICATOR
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status of the projector.
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1 MENU
Display or hide the OSD main menu page.
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1 BLANK
Blanks the projected image. If the projector
is left in blank mode for more than 15
minutes, the projector will automatically
shut down.
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1 AUTO
Automatically adjust the setting to match
the current input.
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Part Names
Rear
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A B C F
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D E G
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A MOUSE
L
O
J VIDEO
Connect a USB mouse cable to a computer
to control computer mouse functions.
Component video signal from a video
source.
B RS232
K AUDIO IN 3, R / L
Serial data port for controlling the projector
with a computer or other RS-232 control
device.
Stereo mini jack corresponds to video
input.
L COMPONENT ,Y / Pb / Pr
C Audio IN 1 & D Audio IN 2
Input Y,Pb,Pr signal from a DVD player.
Mini jack port corresponds to computer
input.
M LAN (Optional)
This function is optional.
E Audio Out
F RGB IN
Please see page 34 Network Control
Application for details.
Input analog RGB video signal from a
computer.
N Rear IR receiver
O SPEAKER
P Slot for Kensington Micro Saver
G RGB OUT
Connect an external monitor to this
connection to view the “RGB IN” input.
Security System
H DVI-I IN
Built-in Security Slot
This security slot supports the MicroSaver®
Security System. MicroSaver® is a registered
trademark of Kensington Microware Inc.
The logo is trademarked and owned by
Kensington Microware Inc.
Input digital DVI-I signal from a computer.
I S-VIDEO
S-Video signal from a video source.
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Setting Up
Setting Up
Arrangement
1. Before installation, make sure that the projector is turned off and the power cord is disconnected.
2. Do not set up and move the projector, while it is hot.
3. The distance between the projector and screen determines the actual image size. Refer to the table
below to determine the screen size at a given distance.
Note: The dimensions in the table below are approximate.
Screen size (diagonal)
Distance (m)
Distance (feet)
inch
m
Tele
Wide
Tele
Wide
40
1.0
1.36
1.10
4.47
3.62
60
1.5
2.07
1.69
6.78
5.54
70
1.8
2.42
1.98
7.93
6.51
80
2.0
2.77
2.28
9.09
7.47
100
2.5
3.48
2.87
11.40
9.40
150
3.8
5.24
4.33
17.18
14.21
200
5.1
7.00
5.80
22.96
19.03
250
6.4
8.76
7.27
28.74
23.84
300
7.6
10.52
8.74
34.52
28.66
Distance(M)
8.74~10.52
5.80~7.00
Image size(inch)
4.33~5.24
2.87~3.48
1.10~1.36
2.28~2.77
1.69~2.07
1.69~2.07
2.28~2.77
1.10~1.36
2.87~3.48
4.33~5.24
5.80~7.00
Image size(inch)
8.74~10.52
Distance(M)
When in against at wall, leave about 20cm (7.9in.) Between thw projector and the wall.
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Power ON / OFF
POWER indicator
Turning on the power
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correctly connected to the projector.
AC IN
Outlet
AC inlet
2. Remove the lens cover, and the POWER
indicator will light up in green.
3. Press POWER button on the control panel or
the remote control to turn on the projector.
4. Rotate the zoom ring to adjust the screen size.
5. Rotate the focus ring to adjust the focus.
Focus ring
Zoom ring
WARNING
Ì A strong light is emitted when the projector’s
power is on. Do not look into the lens of the
projector or look inside of the projector through
any of the projector’s openings.
Turning off the power
Power off?
Please press
key again to power off.
1. Press the POWER button on the control
panel or the remote control. The “power off”
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2. Press the POWER button again while the
message appears.
3. When the projector enters “Standby” mode,
the POWER indicator will light up in green.
4. If you don’t use the projector, remove power
cord.
WARNING
Ì Do not touch around the lamp cover and the
exhaust vents during use or just after use, since it
is too hot.
CAUTION
Ì Do not turn off the AC power for 60 seconds
after the lamp is turned on. Doing so could cause
premature lamp failure.
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Setting Up
Setting Up The Projector
The projector supports the following four different projection methods.
1.Front projection
3.Rear ceiling projection
2.Rear projection
4.Front ceiling projection
Special installation is required in order to suspend the projector from the ceiling. Please ask your
dealer for details.
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Setting Up
Ceiling Mounted Installation Guide
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Special installation is required in order to suspend the projector from the ceiling. Please ask your
dealer for detals.
MAX M4x8 mm For Mounting.
Security Anchor
The product is equipped with security
anchor and PIN LOCK functions to help
prevent unauthorized removal projector.
WARNING
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used as supplemental theft prevention measure.
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Setting Up
Adjusting The Projector’s Elevation
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Use the adjustable foot at the front of the projector to set the image height.
1
Holding the projector, push the foot adjust
buttons to loosen the front adjustable foot.
CAUTION
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Position the front side of the projector to the
desired height.
3
Release the foot adjust buttons in order to
lock the front adjustable feet.
14
After making sure that the front adjustable
feet are locked, put the projector gently
atop.
13
* The adjustment range of front adjustable
foot is 0 to 8.5 degrees.
* When the foot is adjusted, it may cause the
shape of the projected image to become
distorted. Use the keystone correction
function to correct this distortion.
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How To Connect
Laptop or desktop computer
MOUSE
RS-232
AUDIO OUT
VGA OUT
DVI OUT
AUDIO OUT
VGA OUT
RGB IN
S-VIDEO OUT
Y
Pb/Cb Pr/Cr
AUDIO IN
VIDEO OUT AUDIO OUT (L)&(R)
Before starting, make sure that the projector and computer are both turned off.
Connect the computer cable.
Connect either end of the computer cable to the projector’s RGB IN.
Connect the computer cable from the computer to the projector.
If needed, connect the MONITOR OUT to a monitor to view input from RGB IN.
Tighten the screw on all connectors.
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Setting Up
How To Connect
Laptop or desktop computer
Connect the audio cable if necessary
1. If you connect end of the computer cable to the projector’s RGB IN. Please
connect one other end of the audio cable to the AUDIO IN 1.
2. If you connect the DVI cable to the projector’s DVI-I IN. Please connect one
other end of the audio cable to the AUDIO IN 2.
3. If you connect the S-Video/ Video/ Y,Pb,Pr port of the projector. Please connect
the other end of the audio cable to the AUDIO IN 3 jack on the computer
Connect USB Mouse
USB mouse compatible MS-Window98/ 2000/ NT/ XP/ Me, Macintosh :
OS8.6~10.1, and a Microsoft Mouse driver installed.
1. Insert the end of the USB Cable (B-Type) to the projector’s USB port.
2. Connect the end of the USB Cable (A-type) to the computer’s USB port.
3. When the projector and computer are turned on, the appropriate drivers should
load automatically.
If the selected video image is not displayed after the projector is turned on and
the correct video source has been selected, please check that the video source
device is turned on and operating correctly. Also check that the signal cables
have been connected correctly.
Many laptops do not turn on their external video ports when connected
to a projector. Usually a key combination like Fn + F3 or CRT/LCD key
turns the external display on / off. Locate a function key labeled CRT/LCD
or a function key with a monitor symbol on the laptop. Press Fn and the
labeledfunction key simultaneously. Refer to your laptop’s documentation to
discover your laptop’s key combination.
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Remote Control
Remote Control
Remote Control Battery Installation
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Load the batteries. Make sure the plus
pole is correctly oriented.
3. Close the battery cover.
Caution
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are correctly aligned when loading a battery.
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Remote Control
Power
INPUT
Power on operation mode, standby mode, cool
down mode.
ESC
ESC
Press “ ESC ” button to close “Menu” picture.
Volume +/Adjust Volume higher or lower.
-
Menu
VOL
+
MENU
Display or hide the On-Screen Display main
menu page.
Keystone
K
Auto
Still
Blank
Adjust the vertical keystone function.
Still
Keep the current image on the screen.
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Remote Control
INPUT
INPUT
Select input source:
RGB 1
RGB 2
S-Video
DVI-I
Y,Pb,Pr
Video
ESC
Menu up / down
Menu left / right
Select and adjust the function of On-Screen
Display.
-
VOL
+
MENU
K
Auto
Still
Blank
Auto
Refresh the current image.
Blank
Hide the current image, become black color on
the screen.
Quick Key:
If it is not in the OSD menu of screen, you
could press the buttons as seen on the left.
Press
-
VOL
button to select item.
Keystone
Volume
+
Press
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Brightness
Contrast
button to select item.
Remote Control (Optional)
Remote Control Batteries Installation
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Load the batteries.
Make sure the poles are correctly oriented.
3. Close the battery cover.
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correctly aligned when loading batteries.
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contact your dealer.
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Remote Control (Optional)
Remote Control (Optional)
POWER
Power on / operation mode, Standby mode, Cool
down mode.
INPUT
Select input source :
RGB 1
RGB 2
S-Video
DVI-I
Y,Pb,Pr
Video
LASER
INDICATOR
MENU
Display or hide the On-Screen Display main menu
page.
Press
or
Display menu item.
POWER
INPUT
to select On-Screen
MENU
Press
or
to select and adjust the
function of On-Screen Display menu item or value.
LASER
LASER
Aim the remote control at the screen, press and
hold button to activate the laser pointer.
MUTE
MUTE
Mute audio.
AUTO
MOUSE-L
Refresh the current image.
MOUSE-R
BLANK
Hide the current image, become black color on the
screen.
Press
/
/
/
arrow direction of window.
button to move
MOUSE-L / MOUSE-R
The function is like mouse of desktop/ notebook.
Remote control’s mouse functions only will work
if the USB cable is connected (see page 15 for
instructions)
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AUTO
BLANK
Menu Operation
Remote Control (Optional)
Remote Control Batteries Installation
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Loading the batteries.
Make sure the plus and minus poles are
correctly oriented.
3. Close the battery cover.
Caution
1. Avoid excessive heat and humidity.
2. Do not drop the remote control.
3. Do not expose the remote control to water or moisture, this could result in malfunction.
4. When the remote control will not be used for an extended period, remove the batteries.
5. Replace the batteries when remote control operation becomes sluggish or unresponsive.
6. Do not place the remote control close to the cooling fan of the projector.
7. Do not disassemble the remote control. If the remote control needs service. Please bring it
to the service station.
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Remote Control (Optional)
Power
Power on / operation mode, Standby mode,
Cooling-down mode.
ESC
Press ”ESC” button, it will close ”Menu”
picture.
Vol +/Sound louder or lower.
Menu
Display or hide the OSD main menu page.
Keystone +/Adjusts the vertical keystone function.
Still
Keep the current image on the Screen.
Blank
Hide the current image, become black color
on the screen.
Auto
Refresh the current image.
Menu up/down, Menu left/right
Selecting and adjusting the function of OSD.
INPUT source
Select input source:
Mouse
Select an item or adjust value in the OnScreen Menu.
Zoom in / Zoom out
Zoom in or zoom out.
Mute
Mute audio.
Laser pointer
Use laser pointer from remote control.
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Menu Operation
How To Operate On-Screen Display
1. You could press "Menu" button. It will be shown blue main menu. The
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2. Choose which item you want to enter, you could press up / down /left/
right button of control panel or remote control to adjust item or value.
Up / Down / Right / Left button
LASER
INDICATOR
POWER
INPUT
Power
Laser
INPUT
MENU
ESC
LASER
MUTE
-
VOL
+
MENU
Menu
MOUSE-L
AUTO
MOUSE-R
K
Auto
Still
Blank
BLANK
Menu button
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MENU (PC Mode)
MENU (PC Mode)
Picture Menu
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select an item.
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buttons to select an item or
adjust the value.
Item
Selection
Description
BRIGHTNESS
000/100
Adjust the image brightness level.
CONTRAST
000/100
Adjust the image contrast level.
SHARPNESS
000/004
Adjusts the image sharpness.
NATURAL
Nature color
CINEMA
DISPLAY MODE DAYLIGHT
GREEN BOARD
WHITE BOARD
BLACK BOARD
Enhance contrast mode for Cinema mode
It to be suitable to the environment has strong light.
Adjust the color settings and makes the projected image
on a (green,white, black) board more visible.
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MENU (PC Mode)
Audio Menu
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to select an item.
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buttons to select an
item or adjust the
value.
Item
VOLUME
MUTE
Selection
Description
00/40
Adjust the volume.
OFF/ON
Mute the volume OFF / ON.
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MENU (PC Mode)
Setting Menu
Step:
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to select an item.
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to select an item or
adjust the value.
Item
Selection
Description
H POSITION
000/100
Move the image position horizontally.
This function is only selected for computer signal.
V POSITION
000/100
Move the image position vertically.
This function is only selected for computer signal.
PHASE
000/100
Adjust the image sharpness.
FREQUENCY
000/200
Set the horizontal scanning frequency.
AUTO
KEYSTONE
OFF/ON
Correct keystone distortion in image automatically.
KEYSTONE V
-70/+70
Correct vertical keystone distortion in image manually.
AUTO SYNC
EXECUTE
Set all of the above setting automatically.
AUTO SEARCH OFF/ON
Search signal source manually or automatically.
*DVI doesn't support H POSITION, V POSITION, PHASE, FREQUENCY and AUTO SYNC.
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MENU (Video Mode)
MENU (Video Mode)
Picture Menu
Step:
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to select an item.
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buttons to select an
item or adjust the value.
Item
Selection
Description
BRIGHTNESS
000/100
Adjust the image brightness level.
CONTRAST
000/100
Adjust the image contrast level.
SHARPNESS
000/004
Adjusts the image sharpness.
COLOR
000/100
TINT
000/100
DISPLAY MODE NATURAL
CINEMA
DAYLIGHT
GREEN BOARD
WHITE BOARD
BLACK BOARD
Adjust the strength of whole color.
This function is for video signal, S-Video signal, or
component video signal.
Adjust the image tint.
This function is for video signal, S-Video signal, or
component video signal.
Natural color.
Enhance contrast mode for cinema mode
It to be suitable to the environment has strong light.
Adjust the color settings and makes the projected image
on a (green,white, black) board more visible.
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MENU (Video Mode)
Audio Menu
Step:
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select an item.
8VHWKHŻŹEXWWRQV
to select an item or
adjust the value.
Item
VOLUME
MUTE
Selection
Description
00/40
Adjust the volume.
OFF/ON
Mute the volume OFF / ON.
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MENU (Video Mode)
Setting Menu
Step:
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select an item.
8VHWKHŻŹEXWWRQV
to select an item or
adjust the value.
Item
Selection
AUTO KEYSTONE OFF/ON
Description
Automatically Correct keystone distortion in image.
KEYSTONE V
-70/+70
Correct vertical keystone distortion in image manually.
AUTO SEARCH
OFF/ON
Search signal source manually or automatically.
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MENU
MENU
Advanced Menu
Step:
8VHWKHŸźEXWWRQV
to select an item.
8VHWKHŻŹEXWWRQV
to select an item or
adjust the value.
Item
ZOOM / PAN
Selection
Description
EXECUTE
Execute digital zoom and pan function.
FREEZE
OFF/ON
Freeze the current image on the screen.
BLANK
OFF/ON
Hide the image, display a black screen.
BLANK POWER 15/30/60
OFF
Minute
RESET
EXECUTE
Reset all menu function to their factory default values.
PC Mode : 4:3,16:9, 1:1(Native)
Video Mode : 4:3,16:9
Select the language that the menu and on screen massage
is display in
RESIZE
LANGUAGE
Set power off time after blank.
ENGLISH
English
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Deutsch
Italiano
ѳъѕ
Suomi
Français
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Nederlands
Português
Polski
ɍɤɪɚʀɧɫɶɤɚ
Svenska
ᣣᧄ⺆
䚐ạ㛨
Ɋɭɫɫɤɢɣ
Español
Select the input source from:
RGB 1
RGB 2
DVI-I
SELECT SOURCE EXECUTE
LOGO SETTING EXECUTE
S-Video
Video Y,Pb,Pr
The search is started from the current port. Then when
an input is found, the projector will stop searching and
display the image.
Customize the start-up logo.
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MENU
Advanced Menu
LOGO SETTING
This function allows you
to customize the start-up
logo.
IMPORTANT:
To execute the logo
function, you must enter
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Item
Selection
Description
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LOGO MODE
DEFAULT
USER
OFF
The factory logo.
The image you captured.
The blank image. You can select color with background
function.
LOGO
CAPTURE
EXECUTE
Start to capture the image.(PC mode only)
BLACK
BLUE
WHITE
Set background color.
ORIGINAL
FULL
Display the captured image in original size and put in the
center of the screen.
Expend the image to full screen.
BACKGROUND
LOGO SIZE
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MENU
Advance Menu
Logo Capture
How to use this function?
o
Select Logo Capture item in the logo
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You can see the red frame to select
o
captured area.
Image
Use 4 direction buttons to adjust the
p
position of the frame.
Press “MENU” to start capturing and
q
display a dialog.
q
Logo Capture In Progress.
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MENU
Presentation Menu
Step:
8VHWKHŸźEXWWRQV
to select an item.
8VHWKHŻŹEXWWRQV
to select an item or
adjust the value.
Item
Selection
Description
AUTO CEILING
OFF / ON
Automatically invert the image when the projector is
turned upside down, i.e. when the projector is mounted on
the ceiling.
FRONT
EXECUTE
Normal projection mode.
CEILING
EXECUTE
Mirror the image vertically, only for the projector mounted
upside down.
REAR
EXECUTE
Mirror the image horizontally, only for projecting onto rear
projection screen.
CEILING AND
REAR
EXECUTE
Mirror the image horizontally and vertically. Projecting onto
a rear projection screen while projector is upside down.
LAMP MODE
NORMAL /
ECONOMIC
Switch lamp mode between normal or ECO mode.
LAMP
Show lamp use time.
RESET LAMP
EXECUTE
TIMER (optional)
After changing a new lamp, execute this function to reset
the lamp timer.
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MENU
Presentation Menu
Reset Lamp Timer
The lamp timer is the time counted after the last resetting. The usage time of the lamp
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displays a dialog.
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NOTE
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order to maintain the initial brighreplacement message appears, replace the lamp with a new
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MENU
Security Menu
Step:
8VHWKHŸźEXWWRQVWR
select an item.
8VHWKHŻŹEXWWRQV
to select an item or
adjust the value.
Item
PIN LOCK
PROTECTION
Selection
OFF
ON 1
ON 2
Description
OFF: Turn off PIN lock protection.
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power has been switched off.
ON 2: PIN code is needed every time while the projector
is turned on.
CAUTION:
Once the PIN code had been set, the projector cannot
be used unless you enter the correct PIN code.
1. Press “ MENU ” on the projector or remote control.
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SECURITY category.
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mode.
4. Please enter the original PIN code.
(a) If the PIN is correct, system will allow you to change
a new PIN code.
(b) If the PIN is incorrect, a “ Code Error ” message will appear.
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MODIFY PIN
EXECUTE
NOTE:
(1) To change the PIN lock protection state, you must
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(3) Write your selected password down here in this
manual to help you remember it; see the selection
“Appendix”.
(4) To avoid unnecessary trouble, if you activate the [PIN
Lock Protection], it is highly recommended that you
write down the PIN code and store it in a safe place.
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MENU
Security Menu
Step:
8VHWKHŸźEXWWRQVWR
select an item.
8VHWKHŻŹEXWWRQVWR
select an item or adjust the
value.
Item
Selection
FILTER TIMER
RESET FILTER
TIMER
Description
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500 hours
FILTER COUNTER 800 hours
1000 hours
Select (500 / 800 / 1000 hours) depending on the
environment.(default : 500 hours). Please see as below.
MAC ADDR.
If purchasing LAN control module, "MAC ADDR." will
be shown in "Security" Menu.
MAC address stands for unique Media Access Control
address of LAN control module and displays with six
groups of two hexadecimal digits.
OFF(Default)
C.C1
C.C2
C.C3
CLOSED CAPTION C.C4
T1
T2
T3
T4
The Closed Caption function intimates the sound effects,
dialogue, and narration in the content of the television
program or video source.
Caption (C.C1~C.C4) : Display closed caption Text
(T1~T4) : Display text data, which is for additional
information such as news reports or a TV program guide.
NOTE : This function is available only in video / S-Video
source.
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MENU
Auto Filter Alert
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Filter Replace...
Filter has been used for more than 500 hours.
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MENU
PIN Key In Operation
When the projector is turned on and the
PIN LOCK PROTECTION is set to [ON],
the image will show as on the right side.
1. Press the MENU button on the projector
or remote control. Enter PIN code by
keypad or remote control.
2.How to enter a PIN code?
You can use control panel or remote
control.
CONTROL PANEL
KEYSTONE
VOL -
REMOTE CONTROL
The control panel and remote control buttons to enter a sequence
of PIN code is like the photo below.
VOL+
INPUT MENU
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(5) Press
(backspace) item:
In case you enter a wrong digit, select
~OK)
to delete the wrong digit you entered.
(6) Press
(backspace) item:
Once all four digits of the PIN are entered, select
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NOTE
If the PIN is incorrect, a ‘ Enter new code ” message will be shown. Please try again. If the PIN
code input is incorrect for three times, a warning message will show up and the projector will
shut itself down in 30 seconds.
If you have no idea about the PIN, please contact your dealer for help.
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Network Control Software Application
Network Control Software Application
(Please click here if your projector
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NOTE: This Network Control Software Application is an optional function and support
model with RJ45 LAN port only.
Register the projector(s) which needs to be controlled.
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“ Auto search ” can help you to seek the projector(s) source easily.
After registering in the work group, you can start to control the projector.
G
roup the projector(s) into different sections.
o
You can monitor the status easily by the sort of group name function in the network.
M
onitor the status for each projector.
p
a.You can manage and change the monitoring content by System Parameter Setting.
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by checking the status for projector(s).
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ontrol the booked projector(s).
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The status can be refreshed and acquired by monitoring functions; you can also
operate the function easily by Network Control.
NOTE
To monitor and control the projector(including stand-by mode), the following
conditions need to be ready:
(1) Projector should already be powered on.
(2) Projector is connected to network.
(3) LED light of the projector network port shows normal. (Green light on, Orange
twinkle)
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Before Use
Before Use
Before To Use Network Control Software
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f the system is Windows 2000, NT 4.0 or XP, the PC should be started by the
n
Administrator.
B
efore starting the Network Control software, please check the following.
o
(1) The computer must have Network Control software installed.
(2) The projector should be powered on and the LAN wire is well connected to
projector.
(3) Make sure the computer and projector can connect to network. Network Control
software needs to arrange in TCP/IP network communication and the network cable.
Open Network Control Software
C
lick Network control software icon.
n
M
onitor window will show as Graph 1 and Table 2.
o
<Graph 1>
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Before Use
Projector Auto Search.
C
lick the
n
(Projector search), located projector will show on the network
correctly. (Graph2)
<Graph 2>
NOTE
When the security warning window appears while Network Control is executing,
please select "Unblock" to decontrol area network linking against from System
Administer.
C
lick
o
(search again), the projector which is well connected with a PC will be
shown. (Graph3)
<Graph 3>
C
lick
p
(register projector), the projector information will show on the monitor
window. Click
button (exit), it will cancel the registered item then return to
register table.
<Graph 4-1> Monitor window
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Before Use
Projector Auto Search.
P
rojector Auto Search can rank group names or display names by clicking the
q
monitor window title (Group Name) or (Host Name). This will help you easily to
understand projectors status.
<Graph 4-2>
A
fter registering, you can click
r
click
button (Data single capture) in the tool bar or
button (Start Auto Scan) running in this program to monitor the projector.
NOTE
When pressing “About ” button for help, you will see icons explained as in the chart.
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Before Use
Modify The Projector Setting
f modifying the registered projector setting is needed, please move your cursor to
nI
the data table and click the item that you would like to modify, the detail will be
shown on the right side table.
< Graph 5 > : Register Table.
fter setting, you can save the data by clicking
oA
button or cancel by clicking
button.
Item
Display name
IP Address
Mask
Gateway
MAC
Monitor
DHCP
Description
Show the Host name
(16 characters at most in ASCII)
Show the IP Address
Show the Mask
Show the Gateway
Show up the MAC code
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Show up the projector monitor status
(The default set in power on status)
Capture IP address from network sensor
automatically.
< Table 3 > : Setting Windows
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Delete
elect the registered projector in monitor window. Click mouse right key and select “
nS
Delete ” to erase the registered projector data.
< Graph 6 > : Register Table.
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Projector Setting
elect the registered projector in monitor window. Click mouse right key and select “
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you can save by clicking
button or cancel by clicking
button.
< Graph 7 > : Register table.
< Graph 8 > :Setting table.
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Projector Setting
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button (system setting) to modify system alert setting.
< Graph 9 >
<Graph 10>
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System Setting
Monitor
Item
Description
Lamp Timer
Lamp timer from projector.
Air Filter Alert
Air Filter Timer from projector.
System Status/
Tempeture Level
System Status and Tempeture. Level from projector in Power On
status.
Input Source
Input Source from projector in Power ON status.
< Table 4 >
Default Setting
Item
Lamp Timer Alert (Hr.)
Filter Timer Alert (Hr.)
Auto Detect Timer
(minutes)
Description
Default Setting Includes 1000/1500/2000 Hours.
When Lamp Timer reach alert target, window will show lamp timer
in red color to remind user to replace the lamp.
Default setting includes 300/500/800/1000/1500 Hours. When Filter
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Auto Detect setting. Default setting includes 1/3/5/10 minutes; user
can set the optimal default listed in Table 6.
< Table 5 >
Auto Detect Optimal Setting
Projector Number (Sets) Timer Interval (Minutes)
1~25
1/3/5/10
26~50
3/5/10
51~100
5/10
101~255
10>
* The maximum quantity of
projector monitored is 255.
< Table 6 >
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Link
elect the registered projector in monitor window. Click mouse right key and select “
pS
Link ” to show up the control panel table and the projector connected status.
< Graph 12 > : The control panel table
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Control Panel Window Introduction
Control Panel Window Introduction
ower Control
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Icon
Name
Power on
Power off
nput Source
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Icon
Name
Video
S-Video
Y,Pb,Pr
DVI-I
RGB 1
Change Input Source
unction Key
pF
Icon
Name
Icon
Name
Up
Freeze
Down
Blank
Left
Keystone Correction +
Right
Keystone Correction -
Menu
Increase Brightness
Auto Sync
Decrease Brightness
Mute
Higher Contrast
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Control Panel Window Introduction
pFunction Key
Icon
Name
Lower Contrast
Zoom In
Zoom Out
Volume Up
Volume Down
qProjector Status
Icon
Name
System Status
Input Source Status
Lamp Timer
Air Filter Timer
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Control Panel Window Introduction
nNetwork Control Window introduction
Icon
Name
Description
Scan all
Capture the projector information 1 time only.
Start Auto Scan
According to the system setting, get the projector
information automatically.
Stop Auto Capture
Auto Search
Search the projector in the same network to
register and modify the setting.
Open Project File
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Save Project File
Save the registered projector in this project.
System Setting
Setting the projector system remind message.
About
Icon content description.
Exit
Exit the Network software.
Register projector
Exit
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Maintenance Of Projector
Maintenance of Projector
Air Filter
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please replace a new one as soon as possible. Please check and clean the
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Replacing the Air Filter
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Up
New one
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cool down.
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Maintenance of Projector
Lamp
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1. If you want to replace new lamp, but the projector was just turned off,
please let the projector cool down and unplug power cord at least 60
minutes.
2. If the projector is mounted in the ceiling, contact your dealer to replace
the lamp.
Replacing New Lamp
1. Remove the lamp door.
2. Loosen 2 screws of the lamp holder. Take the handle on the top of the
lamp, pull out the lamp straight off the projector.
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4. Put the lamp door on.
5. Please reset the lamp timer after replacing lamp. (P.34)
AC IN
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Maintenance of Projector
WARNING
The projector uses a high-pressure mercury lamp.
The explosion of lamp with a loud bang or burn out could possibly cause
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housing; and for gas containing mercury to escapefrom the projector’s
vent holes.
If the lamp has broken, do not check the inside of the projector. Please
ventilate the room immediately.
Do not touch or bring your face close to the broken pieces since it might
get into your eyes or mouth. In case of injury, seek medical advice
immediately.
Disposal of a Lamp
Dispose of a lamp in accordance with the local recycling laws.
Do not put it to your trash.
Recycling Lamp’s laws of the USA, go to www.lamprecycle.org.
Recycling Product’slaws of USA, go to www.eiae.org.
Recycling Product’slaws of Canada, go to www.epsc.ca.
For more information about recycling laws, please contact local
government agency or dealer
CAUTION HOT
Before replacing the Lamp part, pay attention to the following items:
1.The Lamp is optional part. Contact the dealer for replacement lamp.
2.The lamp becomes very hot when in use. Turn the power off and
disconnect the power cord.
3.Wait 1 Hour before replacing the lamp.
4.Do not use old lamp part.
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Maintenance of Projector
Other Care
Cleaning The Lens
If the lens is dirty and dusty, display quality maybe decreased. Before
cleaning the lens, please make sure that the projector is cool down
adequately.
After the projector has cooled down adequately, lightly wipe the lens with
the available lens-cleaning cloth.
Do not touch the lens directly with your hand.
Additional
-In order to ensure the safe use of your projector, please contact your
dealer to inspect about once a year.
-Before maintenance, make sure the power cable is unplugged, allow the
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could cause a burn in and/or malfunction to the projector.
-Never try to maintain the inside of the projector by yourself
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Indicator
The power and lamp indicators show the status of the projector. Before requesting repair,
check the projector status using the chart below. If the problem cannot be resolved,
contact your dealer.
In normal status~~~
POWER
Blinking In
Green
Lighting In
Green
Lighting In
Green
LAMP
CONDITIONS
DESCRIPTION
Off
Stand by mode
Projector is ready to be turned on.
Off
On mode
Projector is on and operating.
Blinking In Red
( Slow )
Cool down mode
Projector is in cool down mode
and will not respond to user input.
In abnormal status~~~
POWER
LAMP
CONDITIONS
Blinking In
Green
Blinking In Red
( Fast )
Fan fault mode
Blinking In
Green
Lighting In Red
Lamp cover open
Blinking
In Green (Fast)
Blinking In Red
( Fast )
High temperature
Blinking In
Green (Slow)
Blinking In Red
(Slow)
Lamp fail
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DESCRIPTION
The projector has detected a
problem of a slow internal fan
speed. The lamp will shut off
automatically. Contact your
dealer.
The lamp cover is open or there
is a problem with the lamp. If the
lamp door is closed and replacing
the lamp does not correct the
issue, contact your dealer.
The projector has overheated and
shut itself down.
Correct the over temperature
condition immediately.
1. Check that the ventilation slots
are free from obstructions.
2. Check the cleanliness of the air
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The lamp does not light. Come
back to “ stand by mode ”, and
press the power button.
Troubleshooting
Error For Machine Defects
The following problems may be confused with a machine defect. Check and follow the
table. If it couldn’t be improved, contact your dealer.
Symptom
Cause / Remedy
The power cord is disconnected.
Plug the power cord into an AC outlet.
Intending to turn on the projector again during the cool down mode.
Wait until the cool down mode has completed.
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Projector power
Please turn off the power and disconnect the power plug from the power
does not turn on.
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and turn on the power again.
Power cord has impaired.
When you touch the power cord, the indicator goes on then off, please
remove the power cord and connect it again. If the situation is repeated,
remove the power cord and contact your dealer.
The input is not connected correctly.
Select the appropriate input source.
No signal input.
No Video
Connect correctly.
The lens cover is attached to the lens.
Remove the lens cover.
Color density and color matching are not adjusted correctly.
Adjust the RGB setting.
Colors are pale
Color lose.
Caused by poor VGA cable connection.
Brightness and contrast are not adjusted correctly.
Abnormal brightness Adjust the brightness and contrast setting.
& contrast
The lamp is near the end of its service life.
Replace with a new lamp.
The projection lens is not focused.
Adjust the focus using the focus ring.
Video is blurred
The lens is dirty or misty.
Clean the lens.
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Troubleshooting
Error For Machine Defects
Symptom
No audio
Remote control is
not working.
Cause / Remedy
The projector is not connected correctly.
Check audio cable if connect correctly.
The volume is set to minimum.
Adjust the volume.
Mute is turned on.
Press the MUTE button.
No battery.
Before using the remote control, please check the battery of remote
control.
Remote signal is obstructed.
Remove the obstacle between projector and remote control.
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Troubleshooting
List of Supported Monitor Displays
Computer mode
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
VGA
60
640x480
VESA
60 /72 /75/85
640x480
SVGA
56 /60/72/75 /85
800x600
XGA
60 /70/75/85
1024x768
SXGA
70 /75
1152x864
SXGA
60 /75
1280x960
SXGA
60
1280x1024
WXGA
60 /75
1280x800
WXGA+
60/75/85
1440x900
SXGA +
60/75
1400x1050
UXGA
60
1600x1200
WSXGA+
60
1680x1050
WUXGA
60
1920x1200
MAC
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1280x1024 / 640x480
MAC
75
832x624
MAC
75
1024x768
MAC
75
1152x870
Component (Y,Pb,Pr)
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
SDTV(480i)
30
720x480
SDTV(480p)
60
720x480
HDTV(720p)
60
1280x720
HDTV(1080i)
30
1920x1080
Composite / S-Video
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
TV(NTSC)
60
720x480
TV(PAL,SECAM)
50
720x576
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Appendix
Appendix
Menu Tree (PC Mode)
Auto Ceiling
Brightness
Contrast
PICTURE
PRESENTATION
Sharpness
AUDIO
Lamp Mode
Lamp
Nature
Cinema
Daylight
Green Board
White Board
Black Board
Display Mode
Front
Ceiling
Rear
Ceiling And Rear
Reset Lamp Timer
(optional)
Volume
Mute
H Position
Off
V Position
PIN Lock Protection
On 1
On 2
Phase
SETTING
Frequency
SECURITY
Modify PIN
Auto Keystone
Filter Timer
Keystone V
Reset Filter Timer
Auto Sync
Filter Counter
500 hours
800 hours
1000 hours
Auto Search
Zoom / Pan
Freeze
Blank Power Off
Blank
ADVANCED
Reset
Resize
4:3
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1:1(Native)
Language
Select Source
Logo Setting
English
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Nederlands
Français
Deutsch
RGB 1
RGB 2
DVI-I
Y,Pb,Pr
Video
S-Video
Logo Mode
Logo Capture
Background
Logo Size
Italiano
Polski
Português
Русский
Español
Svenska
Українська
*DVI doesn’t support H / V POSITION, PHASE, FREQUENCY, AUTO SYNC function.
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Menu Tree (Video Mode)
Brightness
Auto Ceiling
Contrast
PICTURE
Sharpness
Nature
Cinema
Daylight
Green Board
White Board
Black Board
Display Mode
AUDIO
PRESENTATION
Front
Ceiling
Rear
Ceiling And Rear
Lamp Mode
Lamp
Reset Lamp Timer
(optional)
Volume
Mute
Auto Keystone
SETTING
Auto Sync
Off
Auto Search
PIN Lock Protection
On 1
On 2
Zoom / Pan
Freeze
SECURITY
Filter Timer
Blank Power Off
Reset Filter Timer
Blank
Reset
Resize
4:3
16:9
English
ADVANCED
Modify PIN
Language
Select Source
Logo Setting
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Nederlands
Français
Deutsch
RGB 1
RGB 2
DVI-I
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Video
S-Video
Logo Mode
Logo Capture
Background
Logo Size
Italiano
Polski
Português
Русский
Español
Svenska
Українська
Filter Counter
500 hours
800 hours
1000 hours
Close Caption
Off
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Appendix
Appearance
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Projector
About the Owner’s Manual
Please read the owner’s manual thoroughly to ensure correct usage of the projector and its
features.
After reading, store the owner’s manual in a safe place for future reference.
Features
1.
2.
3.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Dress up Design
Designed for tough environment
Side change lamp
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Quick off
Advanced Anti-theft features
Five auto features (Auto Search, Auto Sync, Auto Ceiling, Auto Keystone and Auto
Filter Alert)
Seven display modes (Natural, Cinema, User, Green board, White Board, Black Board
and Daylight)
Built-in 8W speaker
Logo capture
Image freeze function
Digital zoom adjustment
The content of this manual is subject to change without previous notice.
All rights reserved.
Issue of edition 0809.10_01
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Safety Instructions
Contents
of Your Box
Check-list of your accessories
Please make sure that following items are included in the box, along with the main.
If any items missing, contact your dealer.
1.Projector
2. Computer cable
3.Power cord
4.Quick Start Guide
5.Owner’s Manual CD
6.Remote control
INPUT
ESC
-
VOL
+
MENU
K
Auto
Still
Blank
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Safety Labels
Safety labels are used on or within the projector to alert you to items or areas
requiring your attention.
WARNING LABEL
EMI LABEL
LAMP DOOR WARNING LABEL
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Safety Labels
Projector
1 Control panel
1
Operating system.
12 Filter cover
Prevents dust and other foreign particles
from being drawn into projector.
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3 Focus ring
Front IR receiver
Use the focus ring to focus the projector
image.
2
6
Rotate the focus ring until the image is
clear.
7
14 Zoom ring
Use the zoom ring to adjust the size of the
projected image.
4
Rotate the zoom ring until the image is the
desired size.
3
15 Lamp door
The lamp unit is inside.
16 Foot adjust button
Lock / unlock the adjustable foot.
17 Front adjustable foot
Extend and retract to adjust the projection
angle.
6
5
Outlet ventilation
7
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Part Names
Rear
N A
B
C
F
P
D
E
G
A MOUSE
H
I K
J
M
L
O
J VIDEO
Connect a USB mouse cable to a computer
to control computer mouse functions.
B RS232
Component video signal from a video
source.
K AUDIO IN 3, R / L
Serial data port for controlling the projector
with a computer or other RS-232 control
device.
C Audio IN 1 & D Audio IN 2
Stereo mini jack corresponds to video
input.
L COMPONENT ,Y / Pb / Pr
Input Y,Pb,Pr signal from a DVD player.
Mini jack port corresponds to computer
input.
M LAN (Optional)
This function is optional.
E Audio Out
F RGB IN
Please see page 34 Network Control
Application for details.
Input analog RGB video signal from a
computer.
G RGB OUT
Connect an external monitor to this
connection to view the “RGB IN” input.
H DVI-I IN
Input digital DVI-I signal from a computer.
I S-VIDEO
S-Video signal from a video source.
N Rear IR receiver
O SPEAKER
P Slot for Kensington Micro Saver
Security System
Built-in Security Slot
This security slot supports the MicroSaver®
Security System. MicroSaver® is a registered
trademark of Kensington Microware Inc.
The logo is trademarked and owned by
Kensington Microware Inc
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Part Names
Power ON / OFF
POWER indicator
Turning on the power
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correctly connected to the projector.
Outlet
2. The POWER indicator will light up in green.
3. Press POWER button on the control panel or
the remote control to turn on the projector.
AC inlet
4. Rotate the zoom ring to adjust the screen size.
Focus ring
5. Rotate the focus ring to adjust the focus.
Zoom ring
WARNING
Ì A strong light is emitted when the projector’s
power is on. Do not look into the lens of the
projector or look inside of the projector through
any of the projector’s openings.
Turning off the power
Power off?
Please press
key again to power off.
1. Press the POWER button on the control
panel or the remote control. The “power off”
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2. Press the POWER button again while the
message appears.
3. When the projector enters “Standby” mode,
the POWER indicator will light up in green.
4. If you don’t use the projector, remove power
cord.
WARNING
Ì Do not touch around the lamp cover and the
exhaust vents during use or just after use, since it
is too hot.
CAUTION
Ì Do not turn off the AC power for 60 seconds
after the lamp is turned on. Doing so could cause
premature lamp failure.
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Setting Up
Ceiling Mounted Installation Guide
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Special installation is required in order to suspend the projector from the ceiling. Please ask your
dealer for detals.
MAX M4x8 mm For Mounting.
Security Anchor
The product is equipped with security anchor
and PIN LOCK functions to help prevent
unauthorized removal projector.
WARNING
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used as supplemental theft prevention measure.
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Setting Up
Adjusting The Projector’s Elevation
Use the adjustable foot at the front of the projector to set the image height.
1
Holding the projector, push the foot adjust
buttons to loosen the front adjustable foot.
CAUTION
12
Position the front side of the projector to the
desired height.
3
Release the foot adjust buttons in order to
lock the front adjustable feet.
14
After making sure that the front adjustable
feet are locked, put the projector gently
atop.
* The adjustment range of front adjustable
foot is 0 to 8.5 degrees.
* When the foot is adjusted, it may cause the
shape of the projected image to become
distorted. Use the keystone correction
function to correct this distortion.
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Setting Up
How To Connect
Laptop or desktop computer
MOUSE
RS-232
AUDIO OUT
VGA OUT
DVI OUT
AUDIO OUT
VGA OUT
RGB IN
S-VIDEO OUT
Y
Pb/Cb Pr/Cr
AUDIO IN
VIDEO OUT AUDIO OUT (L)&(R)
Before starting, make sure that the projector and computer are both turned off.
Connect the computer cable.
Connect either end of the computer cable to the projector’s RGB IN.
Connect the computer cable from the computer to the projector.
If needed, connect the MONITOR OUT to a monitor to view input from RGB IN.
Tighten the screw on all connectors.
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Network Control Software Application
Lan
NOTE: This Network Control Software Application is an optional function and support
model with RJ45 LAN port only.
Register the projector(s) which needs to be controlled.
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“ Auto search ” can help you to seek the projector(s) source easily.
After registering in the work group, you can start to control the projector.
G
roup the projector(s) into different sections.
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You can monitor the status easily by the sort of group name function in the network.
M
onitor the status for each projector.
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a.You can manage and change the monitoring content by System Parameter Setting.
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by checking the status for projector(s).
C
ontrol the booked projector(s).
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The status can be refreshed and acquired by monitoring functions; you can also
operate the function easily by Network Control.
NOTE
To monitor and control the projector(including stand-by mode), the following
conditions need to be ready:
(1) Projector should already be powered on.
(2) Projector is connected to network.
(3) LED light of the projector network port shows normal. (Green light on, Orange
twinkle)
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Maintenance of Projector
Air Filter
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please replace a new one as soon as possible. Please check and clean the
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Replacing the Air Filter
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Press
New one
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cool down.
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Maintenance of Projector
Lamp
1. If you want to replace new lamp, but the projector was just turned off,
please let the projector cool down and unplug power cord at least 60
minutes.
2. If the projector is mounted in the ceiling, contact your dealer to replace
the lamp.
Replacing New Lamp
1. Remove the lamp door.
2. Loosen 2 screws of the lamp holder. Take the handle on the top of the
lamp, pull out the lamp straight off the projector.
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4. Put the lamp door on.
5. Please reset the lamp timer after replacing lamp. (P.34)
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